GOSMART STYLUS 300 SERIES
The GoSmart STYLUS is the smoothest and most precise instrument for use on an iPad and other touchscreen devices. The see-thru, flexible, polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) coated tip provides clear and accurate visibility that takes your tablet beyond content consumption and gives you the freedom to CREATE.
The 300 SERIES body has a unique aerodynamic look and solid ergonomic feel constructed from solid aerospace-grade aluminum. Two embedded rare earth magnets can be used to attach it to the iPad or other magnetic surfaces. The cap complements the body design with its rocket fin shape, prevents the stylus from rolling, and allows the GoSmart STYLUS to literally stand on its own.
The GoSmart Stylus tip is coated with polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) to give a nice, smooth feel. The experience is completely different from anything else on the market. Now you can finally write and draw in fine detail on your iPad.
Most styluses on the market either have a thick rubber or plastic disk tip which makes it difficult to be precise with your selections because you can't see exactly where the tip is touching. The GoSmart Stylus' unique see-through tip solves this problem to give you clear precision in your selection.
As Flexible and Quiet
The tip is flexible and smooth and very quiet compared to the tapping sounds you get from competing designs.
Using a Screen Protector
Question: I'm worried about scratching my device's screen, does GoSmart stylus work with screen protectors?'
Answer: If you are concerned about scratches on your tablet we suggest that you invest in a screen protector. There is no guaranteed solution to avoid scratches when using any stylus or even when being very careful and using only your fingers (for example, due to hard particles caught between your the stylus or finger and the screen).
We recommend using a smooth screen protector as it keeps the optical quality of the display and some matt screens protectors can create noise with the GoSmart stylus. We don’t recommend the Zagg screen protector which is sticky or the SGP film which is 25% thicker than a normal screen protector.
Apple iPad’s & iPhones are coated with a substance called Oleopathic Coating which helps the glass screen to limit finger prints but this coating can scratch with normal use. People have reported some very minor scratches on newer iPads. Since we could not scratch the Oleopathic coating on our iPad 2 and iPad mini, we have to assume that there must be some variation in the coating integrity, and the newer iPads with the retina display seem to be more problematic. You can read many blogs and posts on this subject on the internet just by doing a simple Google search.